- Guillaume-Nicolas-Louis Leclerq
- Nicholas Leclerq
- Salomon Leclerq
- Salomone LeClercq
- Solomon Leclerq
Son of a wealthy French wine merchant. Though his father wanted him to pursue the family business, Nicholas early discerned a call to religious life. On 25 March 1767, he entered the novitiate of the Brothers of Christian Schools, and took the name Solomon. A good student, recognized for his piety and deep prayer life. Spent several years teaching at various schools throughout France, and witnessed much of the political turmoil tearing his country apart. Director of novices for his community, and frequent correspondent with his brothers and sisters on matters spiritual. Procurator in the Congregation’s motherhouse. Secretary to the superior general of the order. In the summer of 1792, Brother Solomon, along with many other priests and religious, was imprisoned, and martyred as part of the suppression of Christianity of the French Revolution.
As for us, we hold to what we believed ten and twenty years ago; to what our forefathers believed one hundred years ago, and one thousand years ago, and to that which the whole Catholic world has always believed. – Brother Solomon Le Clerq
- “Saint Solomon le Clerq“. CatholicSaints.Info. 16 October 2016. Web. 21 January 2017. <>